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Michele Mouton, Queen B of Group B
"Yeah. So today we're discussing Michelle. mouton. A woman. We've this is this the first time we've discussed a woman on the show. This might be the first episode dedicated to a lady. which is a bit embarrassing. I would say so yeah. But no better woman to start off this trend with and Michelle. She is easily one of the best rally drivers ever. She's a beast. So I'm really stoked that we can tell the story even if it took us a little while to get to it, that's on us but but it's interesting because motorsport is really one of the sports where women and men compete against each other as true like she's not the best. Female driver ever. She's one of the best rally drivers at. Yeah. Regardless of gender she's one of the greatest. and honestly like just watching a video of her rally driving makes me sweat. Over, yeah she's like she's the person who when we talk about. Like rally cars now are all-wheel-drive. Wheel drive. But when Audi showed up with quattro and just started smoking everybody that was Michelle. Meantime that was young Mouton Bay. mouton on the track. Yeah I mean. To your point James like drag racing of course is or was kind of dominated by women at one point all the force sisters were just tearing it up. There's really no reason. For it to be separated by gender in in Motor Sport Really of course right now there's the there's the W. series, which is a like a women's open-wheel series. At I think that's more for them to kind of get exposure and it proved themselves in like a formula car but I'm looking forward to seeing some of those drivers come up in the formula. One. Soon hopefully, it would just make it more interesting for crying out loud if nothing else I agree let's get into it a. all right. Let's fired up. All Right Michelle Mouton entered this world on June twenty third nineteen, fifty one in the French Riviera more specifically the idyllic town of grass cross grass Ross. The Idyllic town of Gross France, the perfume capital of the world grassi surrounded by fields of aromatic flowers and home to Francis. Oldest perfumery GALLIMARD. Look I'm friend by far French is the language that I have the hardest time pronouncing both words and names I apologize profusely to anyone with a modicum of sense of how to pronounce stuff I. Think you're doing great. I think I think here like right there. Thank you, Joe, unlike many drivers whose family have a history in the sport returns family made a living growing roses and jasmine for the perfume industry mouton spent her youth skiing doing ballet and excelling in school. But just beyond the flower fields sat the mountain. Stages used for local rallies and wouldn't be long before the engine notes trickling down into the valley beckoned to Michelle mcgann discovered her love of cars at fourteen years old when she would steal her father. Pierre's Citron to seavy and take it out for joyrides. Quote for me at the time a car always meant freedom and independence she said but driving wasn't something she could possibly see a future in it for anyone to envision that path for mere enjoyment to making something your life's purpose but you could argue this especially from. Models for women on the racing stage were few and far between. So after graduating high school Bhutan took up odd jobs working as a ski instructor, a Care Assistant in a home for the disabled and eventually at her father's insurance company until she began studying to be a lawyer but something unexpected would quickly put an end to that career path her entry into a competitive rock and roll dance contest.
Patrick Mouratoglou on Ultimate Tennis Showdown
"Everyone John Wartime here this week. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Our guest is Patrick Barada. Blue is a tennis entrepreneur healed. And Namesake Academy you probably know him best as coach up Serena Williams and Coco Golf he a commentator. He's also the commissioner of the UPS. WHAT DOES UPS? Is the ultimate tennis showdown, which is What are these unsanctioned events occurring during covid? This event is happening June thirteenth through July twelfth at the more Talk Academy on the French Riviera. Players include deficits poss-. Matteo Bertini David Gafa been pair Richard Gasquet so This is another one of these events that's going on while there are new tour events, so we talk with Patrick ups, but also a bit about tennis in twenty twenty. He made some news this week when he talked about. How tennis needs an overhaul. How the? The audience is getting older and we talk about some of the possibilities in plans there. He was We recorded this full disclosure on Wednesday day before apparently, there was a press conference. He was a little bit coy about revealing the specifics of ups, but it does sound like he's going to unveil some of these innovations that that he talked about an in baked herbs so This is a good conversation we agree on some things disagree on others, but think you'll enjoy the next half hour so. So. Here's here's Patrick. Where are you? How are you? Might I get him in south France and I'm good. I'm very busy because we use that. down periods to. Be as creative as possible. Let's talk about that. You also you. You look like you got a haircut. Did yesterday. You have a good eye. Eric Good. You're the lucky ones. So you have. A big week ahead of you. We were talking actually on tennis channel just an hour ago about about. UTSA and some of the players that are going to be in the field. What what's the objectives I mean? It's the players need to play in. Events need to happen. What why do this? I do this because I feel that tennis needs to reinvent itself I know when I said it sounds a bit too much, but I explain explain why. The tennis founded getting older. The Fan base is getting older nothing against people that at a certain point, any fan base has to be renewed. If it's not renewed. People are getting older and older. At some point. It's not gonNa work anymore and when you're busy. Sixty one years old and get one year older every year. You have to start to worry and try to find solutions, so I tried to understand why we were in this situation. I realized that I level. People feel that it was better before that's. That's what I hear every day, and you probably hear the same by the way people tell me this everyday simple. Better before okay, so I ask why because we had better personalities before hand I think I think that it's not true I think we have great personalities in tennis but I think they don't dare anymore expressing their emotions and expressing who they are, it's It's It's all about being politically correct all the time, so it's not very fun for the for new fans, not very appealing. And we get real lot of diversity diverse, still game styles university with the young players, very young women being in Grand Slam finals that we don't have anymore because of rules, all this is because the rules that have been been put in place rules to prevent young players to reach the final grand slams rules. Due To intentional or not, but we destroyed and get rid of the servant players for example he says because of rules also I mean. The uniformization of the surfaces and the code of conduct which is rules also that get rid of the diversity of this person is is on court. And the percents very polished now. And I think it affects the show. The Game of tennis is incredible show of tennis I think is. Very old fashioned. and. Goal is to bring the best from the best. And also to be more modern in the way to showcase is taking into consideration how people consume videos and sports and anything actually today. The the American cliche is that there's a lot to unpack there To! What extent are you differentiating between? When when the ball is in play in when it's not because I'm looking out there and I'm seeing. I saw a sixteen year old that I will call her a girl, and not a woman I saw sixteen year old girl. Addressing a crowd about an issue having nothing to do with tennis and I see a thirty nine year old. Man is is going to get knee surgery, but continue playing in twenty twenty one and I see a much more racially diverse and nationally diverse sport than than I did twenty years ago. I push back on some of that, but I I think your your point when the balls in play. I think is a much different situation. I mean when when do you think we lost? When did we lose these fans? I think so first of all I think the game is extremely slow. I think tennis matches a marathon. You have to sit down and have a almost for the next three hours if not more. And to ask fifteen or twenty or even twenty five or thirty years old good, this is not going to happen. So! That's a big problem.
"french riviera" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"On the French Riviera beaches are open and people stroll the promenade for the first time since a nation wide lockdown began in mid March many wore protective mask but the rules have changed people can do individual things like swimming fishing or surfing that's what social distancing but sunbathing and hanging out on the beach for hours is just not allowed Alison Keyes CBS news this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news traffic station cake it accidents happen to this radio on rob archer top local stories of nine oh five eleven firefighters get rushed to hospital after an explosion in downtown LA and the death toll in Delhi county approaches the eighteen hundreds March first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives years Tim green was good morning a couple problems right now ten eastbound at Baldwin Avenue trash cans rolling in lanes the kind that fall into your truck when you're driving and haven't tied them down sixty westbound at paramount looks like we have debris in lanes as well some kind of wood and some other large objects C. H. P. on the way to get that cleared out of your way before he greets your tires fifty seven north bound at the Grand Avenue offramp some kind of hazard someone drop something in the road and the mystery will be solved when the highway patrol arrives also working right now we have road work on the sixty eastbound coming out to downtown through Montebello from the seven ten over to Findlay and the reverse direction from Rosemead over to almost a seven ten right at Atlantic the three left lanes are the the ones closest to the center divider are what they're working on on both sides of the road when they're done here in a couple weeks the center divider we'll have to brand new lanes right next to it with new pavement and it'll be quite lovely things are looking good on the four oh five all the way from mission hills down to mission Viejo no problems at all earlier difficulties in Long Beach have been cleaned up and earlier debris in Irvine has been swept up nextra comported nine fifteen I'm Tim green wood from the Toyota Glendora traffic center.
Engines off: Canceled iconic F1 race dents Monaco's prestige
"You know we also stop turning the champagne is stuck on ice and lots balm silently in the famous harbor formula one's role because circus will be coming on may twenty full for the iconic Monaco Grand Prix up to sixty five thousand people attend a one day all within a sardine can radius with million as crime together with cap wearing F. one fans the race was cancelled March nineteen because of the clone of our separate the jewel in F. one crown removed for the first time in sixty six years a blow to the tiny principality huge prestige and its finances lost revenue will come to about one hundred and fifty million dollars when you factor in early may is historic Monaco GP with its classic racing calls famous members of the film industry but George Lucas and Michael Fassbender often come for the big race which she has a sunny spot light on the French Riviera with the nearby Cannes Film Festival I'm Charles Taylor this month
Engines off: Canceled iconic F1 race dents Monaco's prestige
"Up to sixty five thousand people attend a one day all within a song dean Karen radius with million as crime together with cap wearing F. one fans the race was cancelled March nineteen because of the clone of our separate the jewel in F. one crown removed for the first time in sixty six years a blow to the tiny principality huge prestige and its finances lost revenue will come to about one hundred and fifty million dollars when you factor in early may is historic Monaco GP with its classic racing calls famous members of the film industry but George Lucas and Michael Fassbender often come for the big race which she has a sunny spot light on the French Riviera with the nearby town Film Festival I'm Charles Taylor this month
Cannes Film Festival Postponed, Late June Dates Being Considered
"France's Cannes Film Festival and argue believe arguably the world's most prestigious Film Festival on cinema's largest Daniel gathering has postponed its seventy third edition organizers of the French Riviera Festival static scheduled to take place may twelfth the twenty third say they are considering moving the festival to the end of June or beginning of July and organizers have been extremely reluctant to cancel that
Elton John offers Prince Harry and Meghan Markle private jet
"News it was a good friend of prince Harry's mom princess Diana now Elton John is defending her son for using the stars private jet to fly to vacation on the French Riviera John says British media criticism over eco conscious Harry and Meghan Markle expanding their carbon footprint is distorted and malicious Harry Meghan and their baby son Archie stated John told me niece last
"french riviera" Discussed on ESPN FC
"The video coming out of S G. Today I seen these videos that we saw of variety and the main zero to be more positive. Yes just remember. We're very dicey friendly. The situation is which is worse name on P._B._S. G or bail and sedan question. ooh ooh boy even say which is better if you like yes because my glasses. I'm going to say okay. Well go ahead go ahead. I'm glad to see that Nemo on Piers. G. is better because I think despite his antics more people willing to take a chance John's on Nemo then beal do get me wrong wonderful fine young gentlemen and what a Gopher Yeah. I'm one agent. He has wonderful. It is a bail and a war situation it. It's ongoing. There's no end in sight and bail is going to sit there and you're not gonNA play him if Neymar still around with his G. as a season gets going join. I don't Think D. has any other option but to put my show of what I think is ready to say well. We don't we just going to shock okay. Who did you fear the most when they woke up to take his spot kick against? What kick penalty do you think no chance you know penalty? If you like kind of always as a goalkeeper gonNA hide into nothing when it comes to penalties you call lose the exactly it's you're GonNa save you know listen. You know you're not expected to see it so fairing now. Let's take one again. She did you scare anybody. No does your skin me in general like which we've discussed before yeah don't think about all the way back of yesterday's Asia Shinsei only the day before both where the locations of Earth's ocean uh-huh why is it called the Atlantic coast. We'll never knew what the French Riviera function. When was the last time shackle laughed his heart out before the previous extra time with the special wheezy lar- I was over the only other laugh that was that out level? Is it a Craig Yeah with these seventeen-year-old Napoli last year I think even when the county was much it was good. I'm going to talk about okay speaking scale of one to ten how much missing uncomfortable and Craig Burley is up one thing. I think he's going rate. Both birth separately. There's McGrath's everybody go with honesty is the best ball trump football. I'm ready for it to come back on. You really know because we've just had so much NARC. Are I'm ready for culpable. You ready to be back. I'm <music>. I'm ready to be talking about meaningful. Get to the real question and Craig gets back on choose. No I'm really missing. Ah That is you know people know this but there are some repairs going on in the building and our cubicles have been sifted over and moved and reshuffle happen now in the reshuffling as we await for our floor could be repair to be sitting right across Iran execrated from Craig Burley. That was not good when I realized that yeah I knew that there was problems come and you'll be late into work. Yes well when we usually four million in the stadium. I'm going to say solid three forty five for makeup yeah. I'm thinking about moving my desk into the corridor shot yeah Craig but he's right. I've I've got the corridor too one-sided Creek to the other lovely go to the quarter. I've got Steve Nicol and Youtube big ahead on Ah C._N._N.. Points Okay I will be discussing the community shield. What about Liverpool Football Club? It's going to be better on that fool.
How Kim Jong Un is 'playing' President Trump
"Well. It's been more than a year since since Donald Trump and Kim Jong UN at Singapore and a month since they meeting on the North Korean side of the demilitarized iron. This is the first time a sitting U._S.. President has has ended the hermit kingdom. It was an extraordinary visual as president trump took the final steps north toward the line separating north and south South Korea a smiling Kim Joan walking briskly to meet him the first time a sitting American president has ever stepped foot inside the reclusive estate another handshake before the cameras will historic events to be sure but the jury is still out true Pyongyang has released U._S.. Hostages halted nuclear and until last week missile tests and signaled a willingness to at least talk about denuclearization. It's is a far cry from two years. AGO is an remember trump's foreign fury threats North Korea best not make any more threats to the united rated states they will be met with fire and fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never ever seen before thank you or rocket man's provocations rocket man should have been handled a long time ago the little rocket man. We're going to do it because we really have. No Oh choice in data one point North Korea's foreign ministry even warned Australia was coming within the range of the nuclear strike that said Pyongyang Anyang has hinted it might resume nuclear and missile tests if the U._S. South Korean military exercises continue well. Let's get an update on North Korea as well as its thirty five year old dictator from N._F._l.. Field She's been in Asia correspondent for the Washington Post and before that the Financial Times terms for several years she's being closer than almost any journalist to the North Korean regime having visited there regularly over the past fifteen years recent book is called the great successor the secret rise and rule of Kim Jong UN as published by John Murray when my colleague Hamish Macdonald Interviewed Food and a few weeks ago I actually rushed to the bookstore and I bought a copy of it and I have to say it's an absolutely outstanding book. Anna welcome to between the lines are thank you very much. Tell them what a great introduction. Don't do it often but it's very good now. Pyongyang's last nuclear test was nearly two years ago it lasts launched a long range missile all in November two thousand Seventeen Tissot a few short range weapons since then Donald Trump would say that's that's gripe progress. Isn't it yeah I mean He. I would say that that's great progress. I mean certainly as you said it's a shop change from where we were two years ago but I think this is all very tactical from Kim engines perspective and really he's been in the driver's seat the whole time he has been calling the shots here so through two thousand seventeen he was firing missiles at seemed like every second day he conducted these two nuclear tastes including one that was a demonstrably a hydrogen bomb and then in when he was ready at the end of November two thousand seventeen when he said he'd completed his nuclear program he was signaling that he was ready to. I'm back on this charm offensive that we saw over the course of last year and that's because he feels like he's in a position of strength now he he's showing that he's made astonishing progress with missiles and nuclear weapons and he wants to be seen now as the responsible and respected leader of a nucleus date and of equivalent to Donald Trump and she's paying and let me a potion and that's where we're at now in Washington has made it clear that it wants Pyongyang to make concrete steps steps towards denuclearization before it's willing to as I sanctions that limit North Korea's tried but you know until recently the consensus was that Kim Jong Hoon was was really a madman because he really wanted these nuclear weapons. is He really crazy. He has not crazy he has coldblooded and ruthless but he is definitely not a rational not a nutjob as president trump wants colt him and you know to point to the evidence for that is the simple fact that he he is still in power almost eight years on he's defied all the expectations that he would be too inexperienced and too young to take over this this regime and he's done it by acting in a very rational strategic way <hes> to take control of North Korea so a part of that is embarking on this nuclear program which enabled him to both fend off the outside world as well as kind of a AH show strength internally give the general something to be proud of gives the ordinary people something to be proud of and they are proud of it. North Koreans have told hold me that there are especially proud that have managed to do something that <hes> South Korea and Japan have not been able to do so this is like old pot of his is plan I think and and now the face to of that plan is this charm offensive that we're now into try to be seen as an international statesman to be the <hes> you know normalizing his leadership and coming out into the outside world and most of all now he's turning to the economy and trying to develop L. at North Korea's very very backwards and decrepit economy because he knows that that's where his legitimacy could have trouble that if he is not able to show the people of North Korea that life is getting better under his leadership he may begin to have trouble keeping crowded you along kimes primary goal here is survival but let me put this to you. Anna surely the only way the North Koreans Happens <hes> no way whatsoever that he feels he needs them for his security. <hes> you know when he was taking over just two months before he took over the leadership of North Korea Moammar Gaddafi was dragged out of a ditch and Libya and beaten and killed in a very brutal way that must be seated on Kimberlin's uh-huh brain that this is what happens to a leader who strikes a deal with the United States to give up their nuclear capability so I cannot say anyway he would relinquish everything but I think he may relinquish. Something and I actually think president trump's doing the right thing here. It is time to talk to North Korea because decades needs of isolating North Korea have not solved the problem of isolation has allowed North Korea to develop nuclear weapon so you're in agreement. He said that in the trump era it's clear that the political consensus consensus including in Washington it's come around so trump's view that talking to North Korea is a good thing but could trump shift the consensus further if he decides Washington can actually live with a nuclear North Korea well. I'm not sure that Washington has come round. There are many detractors in Washington and of president trump's approach and many skeptics about denuclearization but I do think that this current phase is the right approach to be taking because we should be engaging with North Korea. There should be some progress here. You know maybe they can't get them to give up his nuclear nuclear weapons that you know they can get him to stop firing them. That could get to stop threatening them. You know if there was more engagement with North Korea the people of North Korea would have more exposure go to the outside world be able to open their eyes to the truce which they get precious little off in North Korea so there are lots of benefits to be had there that you you know not necessarily denuclearization per se that is a very very tough thing to reach but there's a lot of wiggle room between nothing and full utilization so Kim plying trump here. He's he is getting all the attention but he's conceding nothing yeah in many respects. He is playing trump. I mean trump is waxing facing lyrical about Kim jong-un explaining why the human rights abuses talking about how they fell in love assures an opinion that Kim Jong UN does is not share Kim's on pragmatic about it but can learn his won him over without having to do anything at all other than show up. You know it's old style. Dale no substance so the question is how long Kim Jong and can continue to string donald trump along like this. He knows that Donald Donald Trump is a very unconventional American president. He's unlikely to get anybody else like him again. So if Kim Jong UN is going to cut any kind of deal he needs to do it while Donald Trump is power and actually one of the things I discovered in the course of reporting this book was that the North Korean diplomats in New York had actually gone to visit a very very famous Korean fortuneteller in Manhattan to us as president trump would be reelected. That's how concerned they are but how good is the word of the United States because as as you will know the George W Bush administration did a deal with Gaddafi that he relinquishes nuclear program and yet Bush's successor. Obama helped sleet if it's to topple Gadhafi well. That's why I think that Kim Jong will never give up his nuclear weapons because that's the thing about democracy right we change. Litas is so he cannot be assured than whoever succeeds Donald trump whenever that is will stick to the same line so yeah. He's not giving those up. My guest is n._F._l.. I feel she's the author of the great successor the secret rise and the rule of Kim Jong on intriguingly the U._S. subtitle for the book is the divinely perfect perfect destiny of brilliant comrade Kim Jong Un. Let's turn to your book because clearly this is a secretive and paranoid regime that makes it very difficult to find reliable information about king John on now based on your research including interviews with defectors and members of the family. What can can you tell us about Kim. Yeah I sit out to talk to every person who never met him are to be able to put together this portrait of him and the picture that emerged this child is person who lived such an ebb normal antisocial life came from such a dysfunctional family emily. There's really no way he could've turned out any differently from the ruthless person we see before us today as a when he it was growing up in North Korea's little princeling he lived a life of absolute luxury but also of isolation in these royal compounds that scattered around North Korea he had xbox games or whatever the equivalent was then and imported food and watched movies and and his own zoo his father had a car adapted for him so you could drive it when he was a small child so he wanted for nothing except for friends he had no friends he did not go to school. He had a Tutu came to the house. He didn't even know his half siblings from his father's other relationships so he he just had his only tuneful siblings. That's only at to play within that led him to latch onto anybody he could and one of the people who became a kind of playmates inmates to him when he was seven years old was this Japanese Sushi chef who I interviewed several times in Japan and he had gone into the household there and Kim John had let sean to him and he used to the shift used to take him fishing and flying kites and they listen to Whitney Houston on the shapes Walkman way back when in an <hes> you know he he really was starved for company and so then at the age of twelve he went to the Swiss capital of burn to go to school there and the idea there was that he should be able to live something of a normal life so he did go to school. He did live you know as the son of a diplomat so he was able to have friends and enjoy going swimming in the French Riviera and eating pizza in Italy and all these kinds of things that an expect hidden Switzerland's can enjoy but even there he struggled partly because of language <hes> festival studied in
"french riviera" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults
"Be very much like French Riviera food like coastal Italian like my favorite kinds of food. So I'm obviously excited to go to this place. And I'm excited for the view. The views was to be stunning your stunning being. I love look right now. Even though is gonna hear me, eat popcorn 'cause I didn't eat lunch death. My do have I may have done to him as record. So I look like a human being. I glory, I have a lot of highlighter on Jeffrey star approved star. Proved, you know, I'm really wanting to buy one of his highlights, but I don't I don't know where else like you can only buy stuff online, right? Or can you buy you buy at Alta, Alta, because like some of his highlights look like so nice, but I have to like physically. Check it out. Because my skin, like right now, I'm tan for me. I'm very fair skinned person, like right now I'm takin. But I don't look tan. I just like normal nor over right now. I can wear like really good highlighter likley fierce. But like Ed to be careful when I'm pale af and I can tell you the quality of all his products are, are exactly as, as, as it shows, I got my mom got up my momma palette and she loves it, which one did you get? I got her. Yes. I got her. Or the one before that, I think. Sharing that wants fears, I've always wanted to get it. But I'm afraid that one had the most nudes. Yeah, I'm afraid to get his pallets because I'm allergic to morphine shadows. So I didn't know if they are made in the same places morphe- so that would I could wear because Miller, Jim. Because I know he makes his own formulas. I don't know if it's the same as actor whatever. Oh, yeah. Hopefully not Jacqueline hills factory occur. Still eat it all over social media digitally. My God weird so far off track. Okay. So here's what I thought was an interesting story. Maybe all y'all think it'd be crazy. But anyways, so we Ridgely wrote the notes for this show, dizzy were so lake one of at self wit was under a tornado, there was a tornado warning there. And where I live we had two tornadoes the same time. So within like fifteen minutes of me we had, like two tornadoes. So I was like this is on Father's Day. So. You at Disney during severe weather like I literally went on, like a whole 'cause I'm terrified of thunderstorms and I like really wanted to know, like what people do 'cause people were like tweeting about it. They're like sirens, going on its train of wearing Disney, they're making us go in the basement. Like I was like, what happens because, obviously, like I grew up in Ohio, you spent some good amount of time there, you probably had to deal this lot. We are twenty two. We have we desire is going on. We were eating father's day's at a relic. We'll, we'll wait and see what happens. There were two tornadoes a day, actually. Yeah, my sister, my mom living Middletown. So I was I made sure to call it there. I saw it on the news. Dayton Dayton, had like some had a really bad tornado is pretty. It's pretty close. It's not super close. Do you know those outlet malls are? It's pretty it was that it's like fifteen minutes from that. But yes, I remember living up there. We'd always go into the back because we're from California, so we're like after her. What do we do? Yeah. I mean great I've grown up like this is pretty normal for this time of year, but I was like, what are you do at Disney because if you're in the parks like where do you go? Like I was like this legitimate these things. This is I feel like the topics chosen today. We're just like purely out of the fear, my mind. But when I worked at kings island, we'd have severe weather. We would our water part selling as soon as there's lightning, we would pull everybody on the water. But us lifeguards had a standing guard the water while there's lightning going on everywhere. And I've already been electrocuted by lightning before. I'm not trying to gin wait a second. What gab back when I, I was like fifteen or sixteen years old. How well I'll tell you is the story the story. So, you know, in California, you could go outside and watch the weather like it's just it's very far in the distance like. It's never too threatening. So like you're just out there like a thunderstorm is kinda rare. So when we were moving we stopped by my mom's aunt and uncle's house in Indiana. And it started pouring, like there's so much rain in like, just like bewildered by I went outside in a sitting on their lawn furniture on their patio as just watching the weather. There's some lightning going on. I think too crazy. Then all of a sudden everything just turns, like white, and yellow in it was just so loud, the next thing I know, like I had been thrown across the patio. So the lightning actually hit the ground like seven feet behind me, but it spread out in I was sitting on a metal chair in it through my ass across the porch. I have the little chunk of asphalt that it took out of the ground from behind you. Major live. So, but, like working at the waterpark, and there's lightning everywhere. I'm like, can we please go inside like no, you need to be runs into the water like I'm in the water? This is a real thing. God brady. Yeah. So all we did is shish everybody into the shots. Yeah. So that's basically what they're saying. That's what they do. They direct everyone to the inside cues. So, so let's he's. Ferndale. See you go in area because apparently the inside cues because of the hurricanes of what they're meant to withstand really strong winds because what okay. So the tornadoes that hit my area. On that same day. They were e f ones which means that the wing to like a hundred miles an hour. So if I know a lot of weird facts about whether the sets a hundred miles an hour. Okay. So that's what the women's like there. But for hurricane tropical storm for it's become a tropical storm. The winds only have to think about seventy sixties seventy five at the most, and then you go into hurricane, so if you think about it, like those are meant to withstand, like, really strong winds. So you go in to any of the indoor so they bring everyone into any of the indoor cues, I'm still bring you there. And then if you're in one of the hotels, and they had, like very basic like tornado safety, go to the basement or not the basic, but the lowest floor in an inside area but I was just like fascinated by that because I was like, what do you do? If you're just wandering around the parkers storming, basically, all they do is shut down the outside or the rides that go outside everything else is pretty much. You know, businesses usual, and then, like this happens it's severe. And like, what if like an actual, because think about how many hurricanes have you ever been there during a hurricane? When I was younger. So wasn't her heating under? I forget what it was. It was some big. It wasn't as big as hurricanes, drew remember Hurricane Andrew, but they actually closed the park for one day. So we had to like, sit in her hotel the whole day, but yeah, they closed during hurricane Michael just recently. Yes. So I mean they'll, they'll if the weather's severe thing with tornadoes that it comes up so quickly, that it's not like a hurricane that, you're dealing this for, like hours, like this is like, ten fifteen minutes, it's over, but the destructions huge her earn our hurricanes tornadoes tornadoes are assholes like like the wasps of weather, you know, like washed have no business being around other than to come into tack you yet tornadoes. They, they have all day they have thirteen hours of sunshine, but do they come out during that time negative? They're like, oh, it's nice and dark you can't see the clouds forming very well. Here I come. Yup. It's, it's I was I was flying from DC in DC for work, and there's a train warning while we were on the tarmac. So we were grounded. We're sitting on the tarmac and tornado came through, and I'm sitting on the tarmac in a plane and do. Do I have like video of it because they took it because this is worth buying, like thank God. I was in. Let me bring this to a close, of course I was in first class. They kept bringing me drink. I was like, listen, I'm gonna get really drunk if we're if I'm gonna die on this plane like it was. This plane. I'm not gonna remember it. I'm not gonna remember it. And so for Tori and be like I have no idea. I've never met. I'm drugs L and. Like we were sitting there and like you could see come through, and like we were just going like, pushing the Blaine around and I was like, what it was this was this was this couple months ago. It was tear it was terrifying. 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"french riviera" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Thomas. Rhett. entertain the empathy with wigger in here well he's this is this is what male rockstars of this era are they're all one form of ed sheeran or another I mean. but that's what maleable ales are that's what they that's i'm not critical i'm just saying we you know baby boomers no right to complain about this who do you think turn them all out like this neuter all these manion up with all these guys nothing wrong with this type of music that i can't stand it okay it's all ballots i mean it's not like there weren't people from the rock era who did the same thing i just didn't like any of them either i can't stand james taylor i just can't stand james taylor but these are all essentially james taylor's aren't they yeah looks like they all look that well is there any millennial mail that doesn't have facial hair facial hair where the plaid shirt you know and then the and their girlfriends are all dressed to kill it just the weirdest yeah the skinny jeans up there you know the reason that the hair is to distinguish themselves actual girls it's true all right let me change the subject here mercifully We should have Chris Abeille tear it on the Bradley center. The take. you see how fast that house went down he got that goes i went out right away to the first of all i address a couple of points with the guy to this and then we'll go into the news the story on jason minded milwaukee county executive crusade on wednesday tore down his two point six million dollar man is not a tow point six million dollar mansion I understand what they're saying. But this misconstrued the entire story. He bought a property that, that house is on for two point six million. Let's imagine. I buy. Twenty acres on the French Riviera. and there's an outhouse added i didn't just spent one hundred is five hundred million whatever number dollars in his own house The thing that was worth the two point six million dollars is the property on lake drive. Overlooking Lake Michigan. the fact that he did the tear it out is proof of that but you'll see why would anybody turn on a two point six million dollars the house wasn't worth two point six million dollars so nice oh well our house but on the other side of lake drive it's probably worth five hundred fifty max right now why did he tear it down his fast as he did that's this is easiest question invest all day today what why tour well there's two reasons what's the biggest toward down as fast as he did so they went change so nobody would figure out some way to get a judge stop doing the minute he got the go-ahead It's amazing. how fast liberals can do things but they're not in government if this is been joaquin county on this thing was gonna tear it dot it'd be twenty fifty seven before it would have gotten done but in the second they wanna get one they want to build their dream house on here is what is he going to is he going to finally marry jennifer i keep calling her his fiancee that's been the case forever right well he's had a couple of swings at that whole prospect of marriage in the past i don't well anyway The dating for forever. Four years. I don't know. building your house with your wife he claims his not easy i would think that it is easy she makes all the decisions yes i would well you your your wife isn't going to screw it up issue you want some imp well anyway they're going to do that now speaking of that part because shorewood does not mercifully have an historic preservation agency that stops you from tearing things down like some other communities do abeille got the go-ahead what they do have though is they get you on the back end schorr would like many communities mec wild bunch of the north shore all has these they have a design review committee what does that mean the can't stop you from tarran anything but they sure can't stop you from putting up something that they don't like so the people that are concerned that he was going to face the lakefront in this area beautiful mansions he's gonna put up some garish thing this is sure what they're not going to let him do that they do have the ability to approve his design now they can't just say no to anything that he everything he wants to do but they can say no to it i think this story though has been obstruc instructive because of the number of babies in weiner's been saying this was a terrible loss tearing this house down well it's not unique there's a lot of houses on lake drive that looked like this and frankly a lot of the hoses all like the same anyway there was nothing extrordinary about this it's a nice looking old mansion in area of a lot of other nice looking old mansions there was no real historical value to it at all but even if there was some And I'm glad in this case, it was a liberal Abeille that was doing it. the number of people who want to stop other people from doing what they wanna do with their money on their property i don't think property rights are absolute and when you start doing things that your mattingly affect your neighbors obviously our rights than i limited for example we don't let people blare music at three o'clock in the morning to you know ruin the quality of the lives of their neighbors their limitations that we put in place as to what you can do but by and large start and stop with when you're affecting someone else for anybody in shorewood who felt that this property needed to be preserved they could've done a fundraising campaign and bought the property and made it a museum or made into this that or the other thing now there are people who have expressed the legitimate concern is legitimate i didn't say illegitimate the legitimate concern lake drive is a treasure starting in milwaukee on the east side that it runs up in shorewood in there that whole section on their lake park and then houses on both sides of the street it's a very very beautiful area you don't want that to become i think Totally modern it, look, it would be congruous with the neighborhood. i don't think there's much chance that is going to put up some sort of pink eyesore i just don't think that that's probably going to do there's no need though it a path create any commissions the stop anybody from putting up garish houses along the lakefront in shorewood and on the east side because nobody's done it yet i wrote a newspaper columnist that's got some people in waukesha yell at me on all of set this that and the other thing because i tied together the remarkable in congress of the fact that in waukesha county the county executive and a lot of other people wanna tear down a building they're and they're not allowing him with they're not being allowed to tear down in waukesha is a mudbath mudbath it's called board downs at the more downs go facility and so on it's ancient mudbath it's long been abandoned paul farrow the waukesha county executives waukesha connie property they want to tear it down and develop that into something the stark preservation is in waukesha where there is an ordinance that's that gives them some cloud to stop this stuff is not letting them do it because they say it's historic it's just old it's a mudbath mudbath it's exactly what you think it's a mud bath that apparently was actually it's still a thing that people do now they just do it at high end salons they slam their mud all over their face it's a month that the difference is that there's an ordinance in waukesha that is stopping the county from tearing down a junkie piece of property that it's worthless The people who. are saying don't do what are not anybody that's going to be willing to come up with a three or four million dollars or even one million dollars to buy the property do anything with themselves the people who like to stick their beaks said and put up no money at all act as though they're going to be the social dictators and the architectural nazis Without putting any skin in the game themselves. What they really are just bullies. who are you to tell everybody else would be done with the property that you'd auto Really? That's at a bully. Does. much of liberalism is bullying edit explains and this is the point that i've driving toward this whole segment it explains i think profoundly why liberals just so much hate the notion of capitalism they don't like ownership they don't like it when private people or private individuals own something they don't like private business that'll capitalism private home that are like any of those things they don't like private car ownership they want us to run around trolleys You know why? Because when somebody else owns something. It's harder for them to tell them what to do. And that's at the root of so much of liberalism whole point of socialism is. for them to control everything so that they can make the rest of us live the way they want us to live Without putting up any of their own money to do it. one certainly wonders of chris abeille wasn't a liberal is not the most popular liberal among other liberals whether or not he would have gotten more grief for knocking the hosts down in the ed i'm guessing that probably a fair number of people in shorewood themselves might have their no should have knocking down their place to especially if abeille puts up a new house and the two point six million dollars become safe four point five or five billion that it would be worth on three sale market you really wonder though a lot that size which is huge how valuable it could ever be but what it has going for it is view of the location in anything doesn't terms of the house is just an add on so these stories that it's a two point six million dollar house just not true it's not a two point six million dollars it's a house located on the piece of property overall the whole thing worth two point six million if there was no house on that lot what do you think it would have sold for Two point six. Paul said, well. abeille was willing to buy the lot with the house as a nuisance that he's paying more just to get rid of it he wanted that lot he wanted that location No, I've got the first time I heard somebody real estate say. location location location like every other cliche trope five sixteen news talk eleven thirty w i it's time for revenue.
"french riviera" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Between our family owners, our staff, our guest Anne. I'm trying to find the best combination of all this associate to make sure that we are mentioning this could as your this French Riviera feel urine. Can you mentioned just before we started talking that it's a very exciting time for the hotel right now, being in the midst of the Cannes film festival? What does the festival main for the hotel, and perhaps more broadly? What do you think the festival means for can as a city is? Well, well, the infacy, Ben unkindness, big, big link I think can as a lot of recreation to give within visual, and I would sit same full of invasive, all it's been a seventy two years story. This is the biggest cultural event in the world. This event is happening every year and event is appointing every in the same city. This is because there is a real difference between the two and the match very well together. And that if Lucien of the city and of the festival as been in very, very tiny parallel, obviously, a hotel like this one is going to be dealing with quite a few hybrid clients. How would you describe the style of hospitality that your hotel specializes in an how does that speak to the kinds of clientele that you would typically get particularly at this time of year, I think there is a needs today for two guests to to, to feel guilty. Joe Tanti city of the city of the region of the building. They want to meet our people. They only meet the locals, they want to make sure that our people are from the region, and are able to have a sincere conversation about what's going on here. They want to feel a recognition, they are expecting us to understand their needs to pay Giannis. We are here to deliver some emotions. You're in business. You're the infacy value in vacation. You're a for weekend. It is our duty to give you the answer of all these different reason why you would visit Kanner by our service by our design by our restaurants by Albar by the details..
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"french riviera" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Com takes place in Ken on the French Riviera, the world's biggest names and TV are there as his monocle Jillian to bias. She spoke earlier to Emma Nelson. The associate can really with the film festival or certainly has the high voltage glamour in the celebrity factor. But there used to be big vast gap between the film festival and the TV market. But now that gap is really shrinking because ultimately it's the the new wave of Netflixing Amazon's they're getting global global audiences for their programming which has shifted the balance, you know, walking down the quiz, it I sort of feel that more like when I was in the film festival days, my massive billboards, massive, massive, promotional investment. Those mentally, you know it is. It is about buying and selling and marketing your wares and these is, is it a healthy industry that you're looking at the moment? It's had such a bumpier. Ride in the last few years is the way that we watched. Television has affected determined the way that television companies are having to do business. What's the overriding idea here? Well, I think industry has been very, very jittery for many years now, because there was a fear of the industry cannibalizing itself and before something a place like a television market used to be really in the control of the broadcasters. But this is shifted again with the technology in the digital broadcasters. I say, an advert had commas because they are now able to create more and more content and reach more and more audiences. And so I think they'll be overall feel is now is a better time than ever to be a producer. And as a result, we going to be looking at all these producers sending though was and the future of television being discussed, and it isn't ultimately a big business meeting, and you're going to have these these huge seminal. Some of which are going to be very meaty and others. I suspect to offer a long lunch. One does how much atten-. People will be paid for, but what's the thing that we really grabbing people's attention this week? Well, so the the over arching theme is appropriately cold. The big shift, and it's really looking, as I mentioned before about how has been seismic change in the nature of television, which is now almost no longer call television, but there have very nuts and bolts panel discussions. I mean, the first one I'm gonna go to this morning's calls examining the new media ecosystem, you know, and it's looking at how producers can be had they can thrive in today's much more competitive marketplace. There's another one what investors want because there's a new.
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"Rostov Fox News the Trump administration wants to force China to drop their quote bad. Practices and reform it comes after the US said it was considering increasing proposed Tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten percent to twenty five percent. China has warned the US against what it calls blackmail in, Beijing Tom MacKenzie Bloomberg daybreak Europe all right that's the trade story. Another round. Of tough talking between Beijing and Washington. Apple meanwhile has become. The. First US company to hit a trillion, dollar market cap after. Its shares briefly rose above two hundred and seven. Dollars four cents on Thursday Bloomberg's at Ludlow reports on the tech giant's rise it took about. Two hours and forty eight minutes in Thursday's US session for apple to hit the milestone. Since it was founded in nineteen. Seventy six the companies come from relying. On the apple MAC computer to, iphones, and. 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"french riviera" Discussed on Adlandia
"Advertising print or print media or print media broadly speaking beyond advertising but including advertising i would revive print okay josh what would you kill and kill i think especially coming off the heels of this conversation would be six am go ahead sorry josh more of those bye bye bye bye i actually i'd kill having to explain the case for diversity i think that was something that sort of really struck out to me what is the idea that we're still having to explain why it's important in why it's effective and i mean i'll still do it like till the ends of the earth until until we sort of get to the place where we need to be but i feel like at this point come on guys we know we know why it's affective we know it's a good thing we know it's reflective what would you buy i was actually going to say more rosy funny enough i was like wow i'm i'm sort of ns aveer lack of rosaiah coming off of that weekend so i'm stocking up on some bottles okay and do yourself agnone exactly what would i do myself i would go back to can actually i would even like i think there's an opportunity that was afforded to me through the generous and sort of really progressive mindset of the people at hp but i would do it all over again even if it was on my own dollar i think it was phenomenal experience that i would love to do again awesome okay david you're up it's my turn i would kill the docked yacht that was something that was very surprising for me at at at candidate were actually never on a yacht that wasn't on a dock my i kind of wanted to go in the middle of the french riviera i wanted the yacht to move it was just like i just don't understand it i was just like so for everyone at cam we need more like cruising parties i suppose just because ally ability probably but yeah just like move the move that yet that's my that's my two cents for can i would buy i am going to have to go with rosa because it was like i typically nada rosa drinker so i'm gonna go with josh on that one and it was just like i think i got a good mentoring rosa it can and what would i do myself i want to judge some stuff in can that's what i would do myself like a lot we went into the judging room and we definitely see and i think it makes sense that like very very like high level creatives are the people who are doing this but in terms of remaining like culturally relevant like i know that a lot of people like for example when i was in college i was on the gop like president's commission and they had like pre you know like heads of departments and everything but they always had like a student ambassador to sort of like level set the committee so thinking if there's like young lions that are going in to the judging room with some of the folks could just help sort of like level chat like what is actually culturally relevant or not so yeah that's what i would do myself i would i would judge can love that well thank you guys for coming by retaining thank you a lot of fun we will see you back in the french riviera hopefully in two thousand nineteen josh go to sleep i'm up thank you everyone thinks you so as we continue our candidate can discussion say that ten times fast we have a guest who visit us on she likes to tell everybody the second episode of atlanta lindy sleigh be the founder of sunday dinner is back in the studio what's up lindsey islands on the heels like truly on the heels of can lindsey row i think one of the most clear headed posts pieces articles whatever you wanna call it about the agency model and you have been amazingly vocal in the industry and bill your business frankly on there's a different way right different way for agencies to.
"french riviera" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The french riviera when you're only making when you held to a twenty percent overhead i mean yeah that's the problem i have nothing to do with medicare and i think as the previous call was indicating with regard to social security and i've heard you say this maybe fairly recently the social security trust fund is actually still increasing and we'll top it a three trillion dollar surplus in twenty twenty two which will be drawn down is supposed to be drawn down be drawn down to bat it's the it's the surplus that the baby booties created for themselves would ronald reagan passed in nineteen eightythree ronald reagan and tip o'neill agreed to raise the the payroll tax or the baby boomers a pain to social security it's intended to be drawn down by twenty thirty four and then we go back to the pay as you go right that's how that's how social security started right didn't have any money to where we started the republicans are whining about this they say oh my god the social security trust fund is going to be exhausted well it's supposed to be this is the baby boomers were double taxed by reagan in order to pay for their own retirement and that's what's happening paul why don't they scrapped the capital we can create it actually the the the trust fund the the the surplus was it will be three trillion it was supposed to be about five or six chilean wages have stagnated since since ronald reagan and the short answer is this franklin roosevelt created the middle class with new deal policies such as the minimum wage the natural labor relations board increase more union power ronald reagan destroyed the middle class with trickle down reaganomics and this is why the social security trust fund having grown as much as it should but it's got three trillion it was supposed on five or six trillion and then it would be drawn down still be plenty left over into the twenty forties wages have gone down and the banksters in the corporations have sucked up all the economic growth and that's why we are right and this is also why at the very least if we're going to allow corporations and this is a change in law that happened during the reagan administration if we're going to allow corporations to compensate their senior executives with stock that when they convert that stock into money putting in this into their checkings account as capital gains at a very very low tax rate they should pay medicare and social security tax on it and you know if if they did while i if and and for that matter if if the coke brothers paid the same tax rate that everybody else does on their social security there would be no problem with social security and and frankly we could you know slightly increase the medicare price effective everybody went on medicare wouldn't cause that much more paul very very well said thank you very much for.
"french riviera" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Siesta and i started watching rick and morty gummy thinking two things one what's your thoughts on a dull watching cartoons and to recommend he's pretty fucking dark so it might be kind of your up your alley i mean what you think good to hear from you hula don't no way do name tanner just called and said he was calling from the fridge revere that's that's a peak phone call right there does he mean like he's literally like on the mediterranean coast or is the is the french riviera that sounds like a bad hotel is it see from them i think he's in france he's off the coast of france that's what i believe dude must be nice where's the invite add next thanks tanner dude that's you have to know tanner you have the most utterly ridiculous white guy name ever it's the one we use on regular basis to make jokes about white people tanner one of my dude one of my best friends in high school actually who i'm going to tell a story about in a little bit he had a little brother named tanner anyway good for you in the french riviera let's talk about adult cartoons man i'm interested to hear what mike is thoughts on this arkansas during he doesn't even watch american cinema i don't know what his stances on on american tv but i love cartoons in in cartoons aren't just for kids although i will watch cartoons that are supposed to be just for kids if like i talked about when when i babysat my niece i'll watch baby tv man i'll watch anything like i don't give a fuck but i actually have season one of rick and morty on dvd because my buddy every gave it to me he like swears by rick and morty us like you have to watch this shit now why he owns a box set season of any modern tv show in the streaming age i do not know but the couple episodes i've seen of rigging morty i thought they were bad ass so i will definitely watch the entire series eventually i find it interesting that tanner assumes that i would like something because it's dark not just actually that's a very spot on.
"french riviera" Discussed on V103
"See how we doing you know what i might do man i might let's just talk about this i might maybe once or twice a week call in really and and dole pitchy up on social media l a v night lineup hey well i said now let's just talk about it and see if it makes says it might not make sense you know don't make sense i think we should do it the cavs are still playing they've win hallway in the same place you pull up your yacht denzel pull up he'll hit comes samuel jackson when he come magic everybody out just blunt you just ask me like yes y'all do black said i was gorgeous over to french riviera oh yeah yet your black yacht week yacht week all right well listen we kind of teased on it a little bit but lebron james game one short suit set the whole short situation he had going on it costs forty six thousand dollars the guys are going to talk about it inside something funny we get back at thirty two after the hour right right after this you're listening morning show one three over the past year we've been thinking a lot about how we got to where we are now because somewhere along the way we lost our way so at wellsfargo recommitting ourselves to.
"french riviera" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"So good question so right now she's she's actually in the mediterranean and she is doing seven nights roundtrip sailings from barcelona to the french riviera to florence in italy to rome to naples in a mall thing back over to france to a different port on the river and then ending up back in barcelona which is just a fabulous itenerary if you have never been to the mediterranean or if you're like me and you've been to the mediterranean many times but you just love those destinations it's just a great way to see a lot of the cities that you've heard about all your life without having to actually get on a train or checking in that hotel and it's always the easiest way to kind of island top or too hot one spot to another on a vacation is the cruise so that's where she is right now and she will be there till about the end of october and then she transitions and she'll come back to the us and once she gets to the us so actually be based in miami miami is in the process of building this brand new modern really cool looking terminal that's being custom designed for the symphony and the laura of that people will be able to get on and off the ships faster they they can get on and office ship that's half the size really looking forward to that that's gonna that is good people are concerned about that and it's understandable you don't wanna spend you know a big chunk of your vacation standing in line trained to start your vacation so our goal is to get people from the security arch to the ship in ten minutes or less than we think we'll be able to do that which is you can check in at most hotels so once she's.
Dallas high school basketball star was actually 25-year-old man
"News time seven thirty four last season a guard on a high school basketball team in dallas played like a man among boys turns out he was rushing richardson won the league's offensive player of the year award the seventy nine year old is turned out to be twentyfive his real name sydney guilt strap portly who slipped through the cracks by allegedly claiming to be a hurricane harvey refugee in need of a school hillcrest high principal christopher bayer says it's painful because of the kind of slap in the face filling our office staff or counselors everybody reached out to find ways up support this horrible story former coach tipped off police killed strap portly is charged with tampering with government records had he continued he would have been thirty when he graduated high school for the second time peter king cbs news w w j news time is seven thirty five a sixty you something hollywood star grabbing the spotlight from a wrapper on the french riviera cbs news correspondent deborah rodriguez has a story it's been decades since his saturday night fever and grease days but john travolta's still knows how to attract a crowd on the dance floor jumped onstage with rapper fifty cents at can and got down the crowd ate it up the video went viral in an instant sixty four year old travolta explained just being cruel i guess he's in can for the premiere of his movie gotti fifty cents played the after parties deborah rodriguez cbs news traffic and weather together for your next beautiful morning out there w w j news time seven thirty six not going very far it's too uncomfortable i'm in a hurry sometimes i just forget.
"french riviera" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review
"Eighteen assess result in a later on with also head to the french riviera is battle between netflix rather famously i'm can you know candies theatrical curated experience netflix is kind of algorithms on your on your computer wrap up the last week in can also today as a very skeptical guy myself what was remarkable to me was finding scientific studies that validate some of these ideas and it really tell us a little more clearly how to quantify the role of the brain in setting our limits some advice on training your brain will find time to go through the weekend's papers to all in the next hour on sunday brunch live from london monocle twenty four i welcome to this week's issue of sunday brunch shat let's begin by game back to nineteen forty eight the year of what is known as the knock by mass exodus from palestine people seek refuge from the war there it is seventy years since that date and it will be marked that here in the uk by a festival that celebrates contemporary palestinian culture weeklong event including theater dance film and talks or one of the curator's is a suit he is with me in the studio this morning thank you very much coming in today in reading i mean i knew a little about this but not very much until i'm doing some reading before before you coming in today and the the word nakba means catastrophe and when you read into it you you start to understand the scale of it just for people who don't know just tell us.
"french riviera" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Statistics say that nothing's changed people still behave the way they used to before even though they can stay open to laser the soho perhaps we'll see how the people behave this summer should those bars get those applications marcus hippie joining us here in studio thank you marcus and finally today the cannes film festival gets underway tomorrow on the french riviera monaco's ben ryland jetting there early tomorrow morning ben is in studio with us now ben what are the highlights from this year's festival daniel lovely to be here i've taken time out from pacoima bags to to give you an update on what to expect look there are plenty of highlights coming up at the festival which takes off tomorrow one of those will be the film under the silver lake this one is it's a bit of a throwback to the old film wa day so it set in los angeles it stars andrew garfield and it's from the director david robert mitchell some people might recall that he had a film at ken a couple of years ago code eight fellows which was quite a hit so a lot of people will be looking forward to seeing what he brings to the nuwara format an another director making a return to ken wilby spike lee he's got a film premiering called black klansman which a lot of people have been talking about it's actually produced by jordan peele who recently won an oscar of course and look you might be aware of this daniel bit of the opening night film at cannes an always so good a lot of a lot of the time ten is famous for having us pedigree of cinema and then for some reason the opening film can quite often be very flimsy in a bit wake with had grace of monaco a few years ago famously disastrous film starring co kidman his grace kelly not long after that we had cafe society which was a very weak and watery thing for him woody allen this year looks set to be a bit of a difference though we've got everybody knows which is from the two time academy of woodwind as a haughty he's putting a film abair starring penelope cruz and heavy bottom which it say spanish film so a lot of people looking forward to that me included.
"french riviera" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Following the accusations made by four actresses against harvey weinstein who say the disgraced movie mogul attacked them at the event the hotline will be available to movie attendees of the festival in the french riviera from may eighth to nineteen france we steve irwin applies also crocodile hunter was posthumously awarded a star on the hollywood walk of fame yesterday irwin's widow terry and their two children bendy and robert attended the ceremony on hollywood boulevard in los angeles terry says steve always said that he hoped his message of conservation would live on forever it means the world to us at steve's memory will live on in so many ways or when of course was killed in two thousand six by a stingray that pierced his heart was filming documentaries i can't believe that he's just now getting a star on the locker fame that's kind of surprising i couldn't believe it that there's a lotta times passed seems like i don't know he was you got to be alive generally for that to happen you're paying money it's a promotional there he goes ripping it up on tv tonight we have something on netflix we have the premiere of bobby kennedy for president of four part documentary about robert kennedy's crusade for equality injustice in the nineteen sixties on sunday we have disney nights on american idol that'll be on abc fear the walking dead on amc and the three six hundred and thirty six episode of the simpsons on.
Famed film festival bans "grotesque" red carpet selfies
"Which is down twenty four percent from last week's premiere surprising no one i bet they'll be higher numbers on the dvr i agree most new programs tend to fall about ten to seventeen percent from their premier because of the curiosity factor is what tv companies have learned of course this was to be expected yes still still good good ratings brab there for they've been renewed for a second there in good shape all only good programming on channel five what i've learned god company we like it big bang theory star kelly cocoa talked about her marriage the first time she was married and in a recent interview with cosmopolitan and she will be the april cover star for cosmopolitan she said talked about her ex ryan sweetening saying that he completely changed after the two were wed she thought she would never get married again and that's weeding ruined the word marriage believe aleve know they got married after only three months of dating himselves until at least a year a year and a half you have to i even that's right that's when the things that you thought were cute before become annoying oh boy selfie will be banned from the canned film festival so says the top festival official thiry from all violators of this new policy will not be let in to see the films he says when festivalgoers take cell fees as they climb the carpeted stairs to the french riviera venue he says everything becomes disorganized in the program runs late over yourself you're not gonna be able to stop that no one's gonna even show up then his name is fiery fiery t h arwa siree from all the also said recently that net flicks movies will be banned from the competition at this year's festival to hang out well kidding will run from me eighth to the nineteen yeah fiery lamar who thought it'd be lame from all flint mall from all f and pay you x from all of that animal control guy in australia who got all high and mighty about johnny depp in amber herd bringing get over yourself point but he was he was real stuffy he yes and he just wanted to make a point yeah i wanna make a point of what is on tv tonight we had the second season premiere of bella thorne's hollywood drama famous in love us on free form the documentary i.
"french riviera" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Eleven with rapid traffic on news talk eleven thirty w i said i'm john what welcome welcome to fox world travels amazing escapes we take a look at some incredible vacations that you can build and call your own my name's jiri by with me as always fox ruled travel vacation expert rose gray high rosy jerry we're going to focus on a river cruise through france but before we do that rose these european river cruises are becoming just enormously popular how come what's what's the big deal it's really about getting into little towns and cities that you normally wouldn't visit on a motorcoach trip and having the wherewithal to get right off the ship and walk into those towns it's really really the accesses is tremendous this particular river cruise packet starts with a couple of nights in paris not bad there then you get on the ship and head southeast what are the highlights well we're gonna start and paris of course where we can do the eiffel tower and notre dom in the louven all that we're going to give you a couple of days there then we take the tgv which is the fast train to dijon now dijon is the gastronomical capital of europe not just france europe as a we're going to give you some time there to enjoy the beautiful rows frozen valueless road district is more than just mustered more than just mustard and then we board the beautiful shipped poetry to buy avalon waterways and we're going to continue on down the wrong river to beautiful cities like a true yang riviere evan yawn an arles while it's just absolutely spectacular and it this whole things are culminates on the south east coast of france the french riviera glamorous gorgeous so james bond is is is it all that i've imagine it to be and more and more so lots of food lots of wine lots of glitz lots of glamour and it in the end the biggest advantage of the river cruises the access with regard to overall price pointed these pretty affordable very much so when you consider that all of your meals and at least an excursion that they are included absolutely in the meals are over and are the outstanding for ideas and information and advice on how to plan trip or how to plan your own amazing escape call fox world travel one eight six six go fox go or log onto fox world travel dot com again fox world travel dot com.